Department of Japanese and Chinese Languages and Literatures
(Chinese Language and Literature)
Six Dynasties, Yuefu and Late-Qing/Early-Min Language and Literature
- Huang Zunxian (黄遵憲)
- Chinese Poetry
- Yuefu (楽府)
- The End of the Qing Dynasty
- Six Dynasties
I read ancient Chinese poetry. Using Yuefu poetry as a model, I believe that the passing down and phases of the development of literary language can be understood. Recently, I have been advancing my investigations and research by focusing on poetry from the period of the Six Dynasties, which prepared the way for the literary language of Tang poetry.
- Meiji-period Tokyo Depicted in Poetry (1): Yù Màntuó’s "Tokyo Daily Affairs Poetry", Chugoku Chusei Bungaku Kenkyu, 55, pp.47-56, 2009.
- Loulan as Seen in Six Dynasties' Poetry: A Focus on the Yuefu “Baima Pian", Chugoku Chusei Bungaku Kenkyu, 52, pp.15-40, 2007.
- Hōko Every Three Years: Huang Zunxian’s “Yūhōko(遊豊湖)” and “Kōgorokugatsujūtōhōkoshikan(庚午六月重到豊湖誌感)”, Chugoku Koten Bungaku Kenkyu, 2, pp.311-321, 2004.
- Huang Zunxian’s “Yūhōko(遊豊湖)”, Chugoku Chusei Bungaku Kenkyu, 45/46, pp.353-369, 2004.
- The Narrative Qualities of Huang Zunxian’s Poetry, The New Education of Kanbun, 37, pp.21-29, 2003.
- The “Talkativeness” of Huang Zunxian’s Poetry: Typification and Descriptiveness, Bulletin of the Sinological Society of Japan, 55, pp.181-195, 2003.
- Family Stories: Poems Depicting Huang Zunxian’s Family, Chugoku Chusei Bungaku Kenkyu, 44, pp.82-93, 2003.
- Interpretation of Gong Zizhen’s Poem “Màn Gǎn”, Bulletin of Shikoku Women’s University, 10(2), pp.299-309, 1991.